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NEWS IN POH Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Card Party ation, Londonderry Ireland. There party spon they will visit, wl,~h ?`he ,formers Su,mmit Point Farm son-in-law and daughter Lt. Corn- which will be held mander and Mrs. John Van Tol on Saturday evening,and ,their family who are stat- nning a't 7:30 o'clock, toned there with the Urgted States and prizes for Bridge, Naval Forces. and Set Back will Mrs. Kate Gracey returned game will be home on Sunday from Martins- children's enter burg where s'he had spent several for ,those adults days visiting at the home of her a prize will be a- brother-in-law and sister Mr. and close of ,play: The Mrs. Arthur Bender. On ~riday $.50 for adul?`s andMr. and Mrs. Bender and Mrs. included re-fresh Gracey viisted with their sister Your family and Mrs. Alice Bush at her home in enjoy an entertain- Winchester, Va. Mrs. Bush celebra served by the hostess. Ireland ted ,her eighty seven?`h birthday en Meet on that day and .her brothers and Women of the sisters gathered a*t her home for Holy Spirit met on the occasion. at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Karl Menear te- n.ton with eleven of turned home on Wednesday of in attendance. The last week from a brief visit wiYh wi,th Devot- relatives in Kingwood and Mot- Kate Biller after gantown, W. Va. was called, the rain Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers meeting read and spent the weekend visiting with made by the $ormers mother Mrs. Nat,han the business Fellers who is ~Jll at ,her home in matters were dis- Nu?`ley, N. J. S. L. Sommers Here From England Coleman report The Misses Mabel and Kathleen Meeting of Liverpool, England at- attended on April rived on Saturday for ,an extend- Springs, W. Va. ed visi?` wi:th ,their brother and was elected to the sister-in-taw Mr. and Mrs. Alex- Secretary, a va- ander Dunlop at "The Spruces". by the recent resig- The crossing was made aboard ,the An,thony Hankey, S. S. Bri,tannia which docked i.n report for 1958 New York Oity on Saturday raorn- )y the group after lng and on Saturday ~rternoon ng was adjourned. Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop met their ,hour followed guests in Washington, D. C. delicious refresh- Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps L. Blake of "White company with her l~hil.adel from New York of last week Elizabeth" ar- ~day at their destin- mortgage? When you take out on your home, protects its invest- insurance. Make the unmortgaged part home - the part already paid for- us for a property' in- "kup... today[ the TESTAMENT OTION- ˘ommemorato and aeeom* individual oek of into to show Ahl Av~herll~l Dulet INSBURG WORKS C. ODOM, Mgr. John Street W. Va. and daughter Trina of Front Roy- al, Va. visi?`ed over ?,he weekend with ,the latter's aunt and uncle Mr .and Mrs. Page Hin, ton and on Monday visitors at the Hinton home were Mr. 'and Mrs, John Welty and their small son Johnny of Waynesboro, Pa. Mr. Frank Ha~hn of Akron, Ohio ,here last week to visi?` at home of his cousins, the Miss .~s Kate and Eleanor Biller. Miss Mary Thomson of "Haw- ?`horn" visited over ,the weekend with Mrs. Francis Moore at her ,home in Charles Town. Mr..and Mrs. Julian Glasscock in company with Mr. John Kim- moll of Winchester, Va. spent Mon day in Laytonsville, Md. .they were guests at the home of the .formers brother-in-law and sis,ter Mr. and Mrs. Clage?`t War- field and their daughter. Miss Sharon Smallwood spent the weekend visiting with her cous in Mrs. Wilbur Welch and her family at their home in Clear- brook, Va. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pannell and their daughter Miss Muriel Pan- nell of Richmond, Va. were over- night 'guests on Wednesday of last week at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold" Hin~ton. Other" dinner guest at the Hinton Home on Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton of Meohanics- town. Covered Dish Supper About ?`hirty five adults and children gathered in ,the school lunchroom on Friday evening ,to enjoy a delicious and bountiful covered d~ish supper. Following the supper, ,the regular monthly meet ing of .the Paten.t-Teachers Assoc- iation was held and officers for the coming year were elected. Those who will serve are President Mr. Robert Goodell; ls?` V'ice Pros ident; Mrs. John Laycock; 2nd Vice presiden?`, Mrs. Joseph Star- key; Secretary, Mrs. Elwood Ches hire ,and Treasurer, Mrs. J. T. Crane Jr.. During the meeting plans 'were complete for Lbhe use of the eye machine and on Tues- day examination of the children's eyes was begun at the school. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ~ibbs re- 'ned home on Sunday of last week from a brief visit with relat- ives in Wheeting and in Weston W. Va. Mrs. Harvey Kercheval, Jr. was among those attending ,a conferen ce of the Presbyterian Women of Distriat four which was held on Tuesday at ?`he Presbyterian Chur ch in Shepherdstown. Mr. William McCorkle of Char les Town visited on Friday even- ing wi?`h Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Crim at "Monte View". Miss Mollie Glassford entertain ed several of her friends over the weekend ,recently at a ",pajama party". Her guests were the Miss es Dolores Steeley, Anne League, Jerri Clapper and Anne Marie Kilmer all of Charles Town. Later ,the same week Anne Marie Kilmer was an over night guest at ,the Glussford home and on Thursday evening Mollie had as her guest Miss Doris Jenkins of Charles Town. .Mrs. Earl Smith has returned *home from Baltimore, Md. where she had been visiting *at the home [of her son-in-law and ,daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weiant and t'heir infant son Michael Scott ]who was born in Mr. Sinai Hos- ,pital on March 30. Mr. S. C. Glassford returned home on Wednesday of last week from-,the Charles Town General Hospital where he ,had been a med lcal patient for the past .week. Paper Drive The Busy Bees 4-H Club will sponsor a paper .drive in ~he com- munity on Saturday morning May 2nd. Collections 'will begin at 8:00 a. m. and anyone having paper to be colleGted is requested to have it bundled and in h'ont of their home by t]~at time. This is an ex- cellent way to ,dispose of .the win ter's accumulation of .newspapers and magazines and at the s~me ?`i,me ,to help a worthy cause. Miss Jane Rowley of 907 Maple wood Avenue, Takoma Park, Md. spen the past week with Mr. and Mrs. James Burner o~ Summit Point. One of the 15uzzles that confront the student of human nature is the great attraction ~hat scandal has for minds that belong ~o ~he ,'pure ~n heart." ATTEND ~UNDAY By J. E. Saville F. F. A. Banquet The She pherdstown Chapter of Future Farmers of America held their annual Paren?`-Son Banquvt Monday, April 6th in ,the war Me- morial Building at 7:00 P. M. Jlmmy Blue, Chapter President, served as Master of Ceremonies. The program consisted of pres- enting of awards, F. F. A. Creed and Entertainment by Roy. Par- sons, Superintendent of Schools T. A. Lowery, presented the Star Farm er Award to Jimmy Blue. Star Dairy Farmer Award was ,presen?`ed to Bill Hockensmith, Farm Electrification to Ronnie Henderson, Farm Mechanics .to Leon Catrow, Farm and Home A- ward to Jimmy Kmkead and Star Green Hand to Bucky Geary. Persons presenting these awards were Mr. K. W. Ustler and Wil- liam Coyle. Bill Hockcnsmith presented ~o Mr. J. G. Fuss the Honorary Chap ter Degree. Richard Blue gave the F. F. A. creed and will ,take part ~n the regional F. F. A. Creed Conte~. Ronnie Henderson presented flowers to Esther Geary, ~he Ohap ter Sweetheart. Rev. Parsons en'tertained the group with songs and jokes. A bountiful turkey dinner was prepared by the member's mo- thers and served by member's s~s- ,ters. Production and sales of autos show increase. Goldwater favors Nixon for nom ination in 1960. JUHCTION By. Miss Lillian Myers I Death of Mr. Wright The many friends of Mr. Clar- ence Wright were sorry to learn of his sudden death which occur- ed in Henderson Grocery Store Tuesday ~morning. Much sympathy is extended to the bereaved fam- ily. Mrs. Henry Blackford'of SPart- ansburg, S. C. spent several days with Miss Nannie Fleming last week. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Kable Fri- day night and later ,that evening Mrs. Kable held open house ~for Mrs. Blackford. Mrs. Floyd Farrell left fast ~ri- day :for Tacoma, Washington where her husband ~s stationed in the Army. Mrs. S. G. Darr of Kabletown is visiting her son-in-law :and dau- gh,ter Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. Those attending the Missionary Group meeting at 2nd Baptist Churoh Martinsburg last Thurs- day were Mrs. Frank Benner, Mrs. Lewis Sager, Mrs. Oscar Seal, Mrs. Orover Thom.pson, Mrs. Robert Blac!vford, Mrs. Homer Farrell and Mrs. William Miller. Mrs. Orover Leith is a patient in Winchester Memorial Hospital where she underwent a serious major opera˘ion last Wednesday. Her ,many criends are ~lad to know she is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright and family of ~ort Eustis, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Grant and child- ren of Sarver, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hammond and children of Nixon, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Grant and children of Sar- ver, Pa. were called here ,by the death o.f Mr. Clarence Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnlfred Sam- mons and camily of ~Washington spent the weekend with her par- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1959 7--B ents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. 13 Charles Town ,High Students Initiates For Honor Society Friday evening. April 17 will be a big occasion ,for 13 students of side for ~he program, the Rev. Robert H. Hiller, pastor of the Methodist Church, will pronoun- ce the invocation and Mrs. C. W. Sl~lpley of the Charles Town High faculty, will present t,he initiates. Mr. C. F. Reininger, rpreslden~ and general manager of Pow~hatan Brass and Iron, v˘lll present the Reininger Scholarship award and Principal Gordon Eismon will pre sent the speaker, Dean K. S. Mc- Kee of Potomac State College. Key Charles Town High School as ?`hey ser. will be formally honored on their i soholastic and leadership achieve LEETO~VN 4-H CLUB TO merits ?`hat night by being lni?`ia- ,ted into the Gordon Elsmon Chap ter of ,the National Honor Society. Names of .the students to be so ,honored will not be announced un til the initia~on dinner and install a%ion program .is held in the Char les Town Methodist Church. John Porter Burns, Jr., ~ll pre HAVE RECORD...~_._:HOP FRIDAY The Leetown~usy Workers 4 I Club will hold a Record Hop for jail county 4-H Club members ]day nlght April 17 from 7:30 un- ]til 10:30 ~t Bardane Community I Center. Admission will be 25 cents and refreshmerrts will be sold. 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